As organizations mature in security adherence and requirements, there is a gradual shift from focus on security through technology to securing the entire ecosystem. The principle behind this is the idea that ‘the weakest link in the chain determines the strength of the entire chain’. Ashish Dutta, Chief Security Officer at Tait Communications, discusses what goes into delivering robust Information Security solutions to mission critical organizations.
In an increasingly digital world, critical communications is no longer just about LMR voice – the modern workforce demands ever more data to use location services and applications that increase worker safety and productivity. Converged voice and data solutions meet these needs by taking advantage of both broadband and narrowband technology.
Many organizations, both public and private, have harnessed the power of cloud technologies, but most Public Safety organizations are yet to embrace them, due to concerns over security, control and reliability. However, as advances in technology are presenting Public Safety agencies with unprecedented amounts of data, cloud technology should no longer be overlooked.
Instant Push-To-Talk communications are a must-have in critical industries. Already, Push-To-Talk-over-Cellular (PTToC) applications are being used to replace traditional radio communications in non-mission-critical scenarios. However, while cellular networks certainly have the data rates and speed to provide instant communications, is PTToC really mission-critical? In this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we explore that question.
Public Safety technology is a complex and ever-changing ecosystem. Cloud-based infrastructure and applications are delivering innovation but still aren’t trusted as much as the more familiar and proven on-premises systems. However, cloud resources available today have overcome many concerns over reliability and security so you don’t have to miss out on new capabilities, improved performance and lower cost solutions.
LTE offers a combination of features unmatched by any other wireless technology: broadband data, high speed, low latency, and exceptional spectral efficiency. Could it be the mission critical technology of the future, or is there still a long way to go? In this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we take a look at the pros and cons of LTE.
Unified Critical Communications (UCC) benefit all industries, but each industry takes advantage of multi-bearer networks in ways specific to their operating environment. Continuing on with the fourth lesson of the Introduction to Unified Critical Communications course, we explore the benefits a UCC strategy can bring to Utilities.
With advances in cellular technology, LTE is proving to be a real game changer in the critical communications space, making it increasingly important to consider a unified communications strategy. Mission critical users who want to take advantage of mobile broadband have several choices – in this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we’ll explore the top three.
Unified Critical Communications (UCC) benefit all industries, but each industry takes advantage of multi-bearer networks in ways specific to their operating environment. Continuing on with the fourth lesson of the Introduction to Unified Critical Communications course, we explore the benefits a UCC strategy can bring to law enforcement.